Although the USF Bulls football season didn’t amount to a winning or .500 season, the Bulls did manage to land some of their stars in the country’s top bowl games. Rashard Cliett and Quinterrious Eatmon both landed in the Medal of Honor Bowl in Charleston, South Caroloina and in the NFLPA Bowl in Los Angeles, California. Chris Dunkley will also be joining Cliett and Eatmon in the NFLPA Bowl. Andrea Davis and Marvin Kloss both will be playing in the East-West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Eatmon impressed NFL scouts all through practice and outshined every other lineman in the Medal of Honor Bowl. Cliett held his own during the Medal of Honor Bowl. So far Davis is impressing scouts and coaches during the practices of the East West Shrine game.
With the exposure each player is getting from NFL scouts and management it is without a doubt each of these players is helping their chances of being drafted in the 2015 NFL draft this April. Each of these players is expected to be invited to NFL training camps whether they get drafted or not. With Canadian Football Leauge scouts in attendance, it is highly likely that if any of these guys don’t make an NFL roster, they will certainly be playing up in Canada.